Apollo, TPG Offered $250 Million for Caesars Deal, Filing ShowsBy
Bondholders asked for ‘several times’ more, executives say
Bankruptcy judge has criticized Apollo for not chipping in
Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital offered to pay $250 million to help get Caesars Entertainment Operating Co. out of bankruptcy, according to two Apollo executives, contradicting claims that the casino company’s private-equity sponsors refused to spend their own money to make peace with creditors.
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